Weddings in Woods Hole are romantic, intimate affairs.
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At the Woods Hole Inn, we maintain what we call a “doily free zone.” You know those musty old Victorians filled with the stuff you see at the flea market and wonder who buys? The little pink teacups and the figurines and the old cigar boxes filled with rubber band collections. Yeah, I hate all […]
View from Woods Hole Inn.
Living green — how do we do it?
Memento Vivere…Remember to Live. “Memento Vivere” was tattooed on the arm of a friend who died unexpectedly last month. Like he was trying to send a posthumous message to the rest of us… And so it was I embraced the carpe diem of it all and wandered off the beaten path this week in Woods […]
Woods Hole is for lovers. Screw Virginia:)
Simpsons writers come to Woods Hole for R & R.
So, I guess I am not the only one who thinks the academic buildings of Woods Hole make the whole place feel a little like Cambridge on Cape Cod. And frankly, since I often refer to Cambridge as “utopia,” when you mix utopia with great beaches and the positive ions of the ocean air, I […]
Swimming in warm water saves souls.
Steve Carell comes to Woods Hole and eats a lobster taco at the Quicks Hole restaurant.
It’s hot on Fourth of July, but the iced tea and lobster tacos make it better.
Lobster Tacos are a sublime idea. Cold succulent lobster lightly dressed. Fresh cut red cabbage, a touch of lime on a hot corn taco?? Incredible. New to Woods Hole this summer, the lobster taco is an inspired fusion of traditional Cape Cod with a dash of innovation from the surf shacks of Baha California. Don’t […]
WHOOSH your way around town on this unique old-school trolley.
Watercolors feed the soul in Woods Hole, Mass.
WOODS HOLE – by Patricia Borns for the BOSTON GLOBE To understand this village in Falmouth, you have to think beyond the parking lots overflowing with ferry passengers bound for Martha’s Vineyard. Park at the Falmouth Mall, hop the WHOOSH trolley, and you can spend a day on beaches laced with salt ponds and pink […]
Live Love Laugh Eat Local.
Life is short without the Landfall.